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Tuition to rise steeply at R.I.'s public colleges

The Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education voted Monday to increase in-state tuition for its public colleges, according to the Providence Business News. The tuition hike will take effect in September 2010 and will raise tuition fees between eight and 10 percent.Of the three public institutions ...

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University News

Neuro prof. lands large NIH grant

Assistant Professor of Neuroscience Gilad Barnea was recently awarded a EUREKA grant — $1.3 million in funding for scientific research over four years — by the National Institutes of Health.The NIH awards the EUREKA grant to scientists pursuing "high-risk, high-reward" research. In addition ...

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News

Sultry slips stimulate MSex interest

A close-up of three mouths kissing. A nearly-nude Giselle Bundchen washing a car. These and other sexually provocative images, while perhaps not standard fare for tableslips, have made appearances all over campus.

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Rush events begin this week for Greek houses

This week marks the beginning of the recruitment period for Brown's eight fraternities and two sororities, though some houses have already hosted their kick-off events, and others will not begin to do so until this weekend.

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